An athletic sport based on cheering for a team
In this episode, Anthony sits down with lyricist Bill Augustin, whose 2005 musical adaptation of the Y2K queer film classic But I'm a Cheerleader took London's West End by storm when it was revived in 2022. The two discuss the unparalleled brilliance of musical theater legend Stephen Sondheim and the beloved original cast recording of Into the Woods. The play has two very distinct acts, one ethereal and light and one menacing and crepuscular so it only seemed fitting to pair the album with two wines. The first is a rosé by Schrammel, an unfiltered pet-nat by the eponymous husband and wife micro-producer, and the second, Tzum Feis, a syrah-predominant Oregon field blend by winemaker Nate Ready of Hiyu wines. Guest: Bill Augustin Album: Into the Woods, Original Cast Recording Wines: Schrammel rosé, Tzum Feis, Hiyu Wines
Happy Mother's Day! To the mothers out there, to those who have chosen not to have children, for those who can't, for those who have lost a mother, for those who may not be close with their mother, for those whose mother is their best friend. Being in this business is hard enough without having to worry about dependents, and families, and schedules, and pregnancy. For all the moms out there that are also actors, they have to juggle a million and one things all at once. Today I wanted to speak with some women who have made the choice to have children, and what that has looked like for them in their day-to-day life and in their career. We are joined by Christine Lin, a stage and screen actress born in Indiana with a biomedical and electrical engineering degree from Duke. She originated the role of Miss Zhao in "Chinglish" on Broadway. She is known for Surfside Girls, The Blacklist, and Abominable. Then we have the wonderful Linara Washington, who graduated from the University of Chicago, and who moved to Los Angeles after booking the role of Keisha in Barbershop 2. Since moving here, she has been on several of your favorite shows; Grey's Anatomy, NCIS, Madame Secretary, and more. She is the co-owner of Picture Palace Films and has produced two feature films. Last but not least, we have Wendy Wynne who you can see on Who is Killing the Cheerleaders and Jesus Revolution. Wendy is a wife, mother, actor, advocate, hope dealer, cheeleader/sister/friend on a mission to remind you of your greatness! Watch the Full Video Podcast Here! 00:12 — Intro 02:45 — Welcoming Christina, Wendy, and Linara 06:25 — Time Management with Dependents 11:47 — Staying Creative 21:39 — Deciding to Have Kids 40:35 — Women Supporting Women On Set 44:04 — Having Kids On Set 52:40 — The Financial Impact of Having Kids 1:09:54 — Social Media & Kids 1:13:17 — Showing Up 1:17:40 — Wrap-Up Resources Mentioned in This Episode: Follow Christine Lin on IG @Christine2Lin Follow Linara Washington on IG @LinaraWashington Follow Wendy Wynne on IG @wendywynne Christine's IMDb Linara's IMDb Wendy's IMDb -------- Want more? Check out Patreon for bonus episodes, IG Close Friends content, and so much more. And don't miss all the content on IG and as always at, OneBrokeActress.com And if you're needing some personalized help from Sam, you can schedule a chat with her right here. Don't forget to join the mailing list here! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/one-broke-actress-podcast/message
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Where the White Coats Come Off
The CASPA COVID essay may be optional, but you should definitely complete this essay! This is how to make your CASPA COVID essay exceptional and another piece of your PA school application that showcases why PA schools want you! OPEN PA SHADOWING HOUR!! Global Medicine/Mission Work PA Shadowing Hour happening Mary 25 at 6p EST! Save your seat here! Weekly live PA shadowing hours, and hours of replays, with incredible PAs in tons of different specialties happen in our PA-Cers community!! And Clinical Skills Workshops, like suturing and sterile gowning! Make your PA school application immediately more competitive with this membership and PA shadowing hours you can add to your CASPA application! Get in here!It's CASPA season, friend!! We can't wait to hear what PA schools you land interviews to and get accepted to!Your PA-C Mentors, Coaches, and Cheerleaders,Katie & Beth
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It's my birth month, and since this month is something special for me, I invited people in my circle to give you a boost on where to invest in helping your business for the rest of the year. In this episode, I will share a perspective on why Profit Coaching is for you and why having a cheerleader is essential, especially for us entrepreneurs. In this podcast, we'll dive deep into the strategies and tactics you need to know to make you achieve your business goals. Listen from Helen and Oscar Moldonado, Carrie Capis, and Jennifer Francois, and hear what I offer during profit coaching. A legacy investment that evidently can be seen through my clients' successes, Profit School will allow you to have your cheerleader to help you maximize your potential to grow your business. So, whether you're a new entrepreneur or an established business owner looking to take your profits to the next level, join me for Profit School. Let's build a profitable future for your business together. So if you're ready to create a life that you want, register connect and book a call for my profit coaching https://sps.crushprofitcoaching.com/ Learn more about Profit School She Collective Profit School is the ONLY program designed specifically for entrepreneurs who are ready to scale their business and to do it with purpose and drive over 6 months. I created this container after spending more than 5 years hearing from business owners that were working harder now then ever and making less money. If you feel like your business is running your life - I hear you and I have the solution It's NOT working more hours It's NOT burning the business down and starting again It Is learning how to scale your business and build sustainable profits It Is building a vision for your LIFE and having your business support you in achieving that vision Learn more about She Collective Profit School, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Free Stuff: You're invited to book a FREE call with me: https://bit.ly/FreeProfitCall
The teens and their parents at a cheerleading competition over the weekend entertained and annoyed Jason. LOL! We played a fun game of 5 Second Showdown. And hi Liz, our friend we met through Friends & Co. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Athletic's David Ubben joins the show to give us the latest news on recruiting and the transfer portal. Plus we continue with your calls and even hear from Cheerleader. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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This edition features stories on Dover Air Force Base receiving the first C-5M Super Galaxy aircraft, a Kadena Airman saving a Japanese boy's life at the beach in Kadena Town, Okinawa, a fan of the National Football League's (NFL's) Denver Broncos getting an opportunity to escort the team's cheerleaders during their visit to Incirlik Air Base, the Air Force Academy breaking ground for a new 30-acre site for its solar array, the Hawaii Ultra-Distance Running Team (HURT), Spangdahlem Airmen honoring service members laid to rest at the Luxembourg American Cemetery and Memorial by cleaning headstones there. Hosted by Senior Airman Brad Sisson.
Keeping up with the lawful gun owners is becoming a full-time job! A kid on a porch, a girl in a car turning around, kids at a Sweet 16, and now . . . cheerleaders in Texas. Who shoots a CHEERLEADER?! Oh, wait. A lawful gun owner does. And so much more . . . or less . . .
Two Texas cheerleaders were shot for confusing the wrong vehicle with their own in a supermarket parking lot. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Cheerleader shot after friend approached wrong car in grocery lot; Three arrested after deadly Sweet 16 shooting in Alabama; Pentagon warns unidentified aerial objects could be spy drones; and more on tonight's broadcast.
Fox News SETTLES With Dominion For $787M, Narrowly Avoiding EMBARRASSING Testimony (00:00) BREAKING: Teen Suspects ARRESTED, CHARGED In Alabama Sweet 16 Birthday Party Shooting (11:21) Cheerleaders SHOT After Trying WRONG CAR DOOR In TX Grocery Store Parking Lot; 18-Yr-Old In ICU (19:44) Elon Musk's Twitter No Longer CENSORING Posts That Deadname Trans People (30:43) Jake Tapper LOSES IT On-Air When Reporting On Fox-Dominion Settlement (41:20) RFK JR OFFICIALLY Announces 2024 Challenge To Biden With 14% Support From Biden Voters Per New Poll (49:31) Ron DeSantis' War on WOKE Disney Earns Surprise Critic: Chris Christie (57:59) COVER UP EXPOSED: Covid Hearing Highlights How Politics DELAYED Origin Investigations Per Report (01:08:00) MSNBC's Mehdi Hasan PLAGIARIZED Pro-Spanking Column Nearly WORD-FOR-WORD: Lee Fang Reports (01:18:01) Matt Taibbi DEFENDS Elon Musk After Being Fired From The Twitter Files (01:27:34) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Adam and the Dadley Boyz review last night's episode of AEW Dynamite and discuss...Jeff Hardy RETURNS!The Elite get revenge on the BCC!Wardlow DESTROYS Hobbs' car!Orange Cassidy vs. Buddy Matthews!Sting the cheerleader?!ENJOY!Follow us on Twitter:@AdamWilbourn@MichaelHamflett@MSidgwick@WhatCultureWWEFor more awesome content, check out: whatculture.com/wwe Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We talked earlier this year about why we hate toxic positivity and it obviously hit a nerve. It's one of our most downloaded episodes, so we thought we'd unpack that a little more and spend some time chatting about why we want professional divorce coaches to stop referring to themselves as cheerleaders.Cheerleader: be an enthusiastic supporter of someone or somethingCoach: to teach, motivate, and support team members in reaching their potentialA cheerleader says "Yay, you can do it" but with the skill set you already have. On the other hand, a coach says "You can do it AND I'll help you figure out what you need to be successful".Positive thinking or what we call toxic positivity is unhelpful, breaks trust, and can cause damage when clients are struggling with some of the difficulties of divorce. It doesn't include help to acquire the skills or insight to overcome the barriers or be able to accomplish their goals.Divorce coaching is a form of ADR - our job is to help our clients manage conflict, not ignore it. And in order to do that hard work of skill development or self-reflection, we need to build a foundation of trust by validating the client's feelings, not stepping over them.In other words, we have to name it to tame it to reframe it. Supporting clients to identify and process those emotions puts them in a better place to be ready to take action in their divorce or co-parenting process. And that's our ultimate goal.You can learn more about DCA™ or find out about any of the classes or events mentioned in this episode at the links below:Website: www.divorcecoachesacademy.comInstagram: www.instagram.com/divorcecoachesacademyLinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/divorce-coaches-academyEmail: DCA@divorcecoachesacademy.com
Get Yo Ass Up! with Tony The Closer
In this insightful episode of The Get Yo Ass Up Show, Candess Correll, a former Washington Redskins cheerleader, and Pro Bowl cheerleader shares her journey from the NFL to becoming a successful entrepreneur. Candess discusses her unique experiences as an African-American cheerleader in the league, her time at the Pro Bowl, and her proudest moments. Additionally, she offers valuable advice for aspiring dancers, delves into the work atmosphere at the Redskins organization, and shares safety tips for women in various industries. Candess reflects on her regrets, impactful actions, and plans in this engaging and inspiring conversation. Cheerleading for the Washington Redskins: Candess discusses her five-year tenure as a cheerleader for the Washington Redskins, highlighting the significant presence of black cheerleaders on the team and how being a black NFL cheerleader or professional dancer in Washington DC was not unusual at the time. Making it to the Pro Bowl: Candess shares her journey to the Pro Bowl, explaining how one cheerleader per team is selected each year as Girl of the Year and sent to the event. She proudly reflects on her achievement of receiving a Pro Bowl ring. Differences between the Regular Season and Pro Bowl Game: Candess delves into the differences between regular-season games and the Pro Bowl, emphasizing the honor of being selected and the unique experience of cheering alongside cheerleaders from other teams. Cheerleading at the Pro Bowl: Candess talks about her Pro Bowl cheerleading experience, including the packed schedule of activities and how it felt different from a regular Redskins game. She also touches on the previous years' lack of black cheerleaders at the Pro Bowl. The Moment She Became a Pro Bowl Cheerleader: Candess shares the story of the unexpected announcement of her selection as a Pro Bowl cheerleader during halftime, her surprise, and her excitement that made headlines. Proudest Moments as an NFL Cheerleader: Candess reflects on her proudest moments as an NFL cheerleader, including traveling overseas for military appreciation tours and inspiring young girls who looked up to her as a role model. Advice for Aspiring Dancers: Candess offers valuable advice for young girls aspiring to be dancers, emphasizing confidence, staying true to oneself, and understanding one's role and how to market oneself effectively. Standing Out as a Dancer: Candess explains how she stood out as a dancer by doing her assignment, knowing her job, and figuring out how to benefit from situations, and encourages other dancers to adopt this mindset. Work Atmosphere as an NFL Cheerleader: Candess shares her positive experience as an NFL cheerleader for the Redskins, where she felt valued and respected. However, she acknowledges that work relationships can sometimes be complex and challenging. Workplace Situation at Redskins Organization: Candess discusses allegations against Daniel Snyder and the workplace situation at the Redskins organization, stating that while she did not personally experience any disrespect or mistreatment, she knows of situations through others confiding in her, resulting in a weird workplace environment. Perception of NFL Cheerleaders and Calendar Trips: Candess speaks on the perception of NFL cheerleaders within the corporate structure of the NFL and her experiences on calendar trips, exploring the mix of genuine relationships and inappropriate interactions with fans and sponsors. Safety Tips and Tinder/Stalker Experiences: Candess talks about her experience with Tinder, stalking incidents, and safety tips for women, particularly in the real estate industry. She stresses the importance of being aware of one's surroundings and having safety tools like a knife or taser. Regrets and Missed Opportunities: Candess expresses regret for not kneeling in support of Colin Kaepernick and discusses her admiration for him. She also shares her thoughts on the missed opportunities of other black athletes to support Kaepernick. Impactful Actions: Candess discusses alternative ways she made an impact without losing her job during the early stages of the movement, such as volunteering at inner-city schools and attending football games. If you enjoyed the show, please don't forget to subscribe, leave a 5-star review, and share it with your friends and family. We're committed to bringing you valuable content with every episode, so stay tuned for more! Before we go, let's stay connected on social media. You can find me on YouTube, Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter by searching for Tony The Closer or following the links in the show notes. Your support and feedback mean the world to me, so please feel free to reach out, engage, and let me know your thoughts on the show. Until next time, remember to keep pushing forward, embrace the grind, and Get Yo Ass Up! Social Media Handles: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCb9f-68659pyF9ha-TzmJfw Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/Tonythecloser_/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@tonythecloserofficial?lang=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/tonythecloser_
In this episode, we try to create some great rags-to-riches stories in the genre of performance competition! Pavarotti Smith is going to be the next big NFL star, or at least his dad thinks so! But when an encounter with a Very Hot Pizza reveals that he has a great set of pipes, he becomes trapped between two worlds of pressure! Other movies pitched this week: I may be a bear, but I'm still going to win But Who Will Cheer the Cheerleaders?
Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
A judge sentenced Aiden Fucci, now 16, to life in prison after his conviction of first-degree murder for stabbing a 13-year-old girl over 100 times. Fucci entered his guilty plea earlier this year. During the investigation surveillance photos show the mother of teen murder suspect Aiden Fucci washing his clothes the day Tristyn Bailey was murdered. Crystal Smith was arrested and charged with tampering with evidence in connection to the 14-year-old's death. The former classmates had grown up in the same neighborhood but it does not appear that Fucci targeted Bailey specifically, though friends later said Fucci claimed he would kill someone in the near future. Surveillance video appears to show the pair walking together early the morning of May 9. Fucci is later seen running, alone, from the same area. Joining Nancy Grace today: Troy Slaten - Los Angeles Criminal Defense Attorney, Slaten Lawyers, APC, Twitter @TroySlaten Dr. Bethany Marshall - Psychoanalyst, www.drbethanymarshall.com, New Netflix show: 'Bling Empire' Dr. Tim Gallagher - Medical Examiner State of Florida www.pathcaremed.com, Lecturer: University of Florida Medical School Forensic Medicine. Founder/Host: International Forensic Medicine Death Investigation Conference Karen L. Smith - Forensic Expert, Lecturer at the University of Florida, Host of Shattered Souls Podcast, @KarensForensic, barebonesforensic.com Ray Caputo - Lead News Anchor for Orlando's Morning News, 96.5 WDBO See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
HELLO FROM MY NEW OFFICE! This episode is all about building confidence and trusting your intuition, and blocking out the negative self talk and those who can't look past their jealousy to support you in your journey. I hope this helps give you confidence in whatever area of your business or life decisions you are struggling with!
Mequell Buck: Thriving with Mental Illness
Mequell and Adam discuss hearing from two beloved listeners. Big takeaways: Everyone needs connection (even us!) How to help a critic become a cheerleader https://mentalillnesswarrior.com/ Instagram: Bipolar_2_Life --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mequell-buck/message
Taking Control: The ADHD Podcast
Special thanks to TextExpander for sponsoring this week's show.We've talked about parenting with her. We've talked about therapy and ADHD. But my favorite episode with Dr. Sharon Saline was all about sinking thinking and self-compassion with ADHD. So, you can imagine that embarking on this series on that very subject would bring her back to the show.Sharon is the author of the award-winning book, What Your ADHD Child Wishes You Knew: Working Together to Empower Kids for Success in School and Life and The ADHD solution card deck. She specializes in working with neurodiverse children, teens, young adults, and families and aims to help outside-the-box thinkers improve executive functioning and social-emotional skills while also building practical communication tools and self-esteem.Sharon says that she, herself, is a perfectionist in recovery, and she offers key insights into perfectionism and its impact on ADHD. How does perfectionism drive self-compassion down? How can you use "just one thing" to turn what seems to be impossible into a daily practice? How do you avoid compare-and-despair? All that and more this week with our great friend Sharon Saline! (00:00) - Welcome to The ADHD Podcast (01:16) - Support the Show: Become a Patron! (02:18) - Sponsor: TextExpander! (04:38) - Tax Study Halls Now & GPS Open Enrollment Coming Soon! (06:00) - Introducing Dr. Sharon Saline (07:24) - Perfectionism (12:58) - Perfect is Subjective (18:56) - Procrastination (23:14) - The Critic and the Cheerleader (32:18) - Domain Perfectionism (39:16) - One Step Forward (41:00) - Making the Impossible a Practice (44:08) - Learn more about Sharon ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Remarkable Results Radio Podcast
Recorded Live at the 2023 Institute Summit, shop owner turned coach Jennifer Hulbert discusses the value of joining a coaching group. Find out what it's like to be in a coaching group with the Institute, and why she is passionate about celebrating other people's accomplishments. Jennifer Hulbert, Service Plus Automotive, Calcium, NY. Facilitator for the Institute for Automotive Business Excellence. Show Notes Has 3 coaching clients- discovering finances, gross profit, structuring segments of business, increasing billable hours, and implementing a parts matrix. Facilitating- a group usually consists of 18 to 20 shop owners. They are assigned a partner, they have an individual accountability partner along with access to their facilitator coach. Have three in-person meetings a year. Part of those in-person meetings is to evaluate the whole shop. Go in, do a full evaluation of the shop, and give the owner feedback on areas for improvement. The other time is spent with training, and reviewing financial numbers, because if you don't know your numbers, you're never going to grow your business. In between, they have a couple of Zoom meetings as an entire group, and then the facilitator does reach out individually once a month. Never be the smartest person in the room If you're not learning, you're not growing Celebrate other people's accomplishments Joining a coaching company- understand profits, understand the structure of a business, understand your numbers, and structure your finances to make a profit. “Mama Bear of the Team”- Jennifer wants to see individual employees and their families succeed. Ensuring whatever decision you are making about the company is going to benefit your employees Women can do anything that a man can do Read the book “Traction: Get a Grip on Your Business”- communicate clear goals, build a leadership team, and hold each other accountable. Increased sales by 38% Thanks to our Partner, NAPA AUTO CARE
Tune in to The Construction Life Podcast as we chat with Mandy Ross, a life cheerleader, about mental health and ways to take control of our mind. Mandy shares valuable insights on how to access free resources, aside from therapy, to improve our mental health. We also discuss the importance of sleep, the impact of food on mood, overcoming shame from vulnerability, and the benefits of connecting with nature. Don't miss out on this episode where you can learn how to take ownership of your health.To learn more about Mandy Ross, visit her website MandyJRoss.com, follow her on social media @MandyJRoss, or contact her via email at Mandy@MandyJRoss.com. Stay connected with The Construction Life Podcast:Text Manny at 416 433-5737 or email him at email@example.comIf you have something to contribute to the podcast, email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a time to join us in studio.For more from The Amabel Letters, follow them on:TikTok and Pinterest: @the_amabel_lettersInstagram: @_the_amabel_lettersEmail: email@example.com
How do you get the most effective workout? By having a coach and not a cheerleader. LINKS Busy People Getting Fit (https://www.busypeoplegettingfit.com/) SOCIAL https://www.tiktok.com/@blueeaglefitnut https://www.instagram.com/blueeaglefitnessnutrition/ https://www.facebook.com/BlueEagleFitnessNutrition/ https://twitter.com/BlueEagleFitNut ABOUT THE SHOW Busy People Getting Fit is dedicated to helping Fulshear residents live longer, happier, healthier lives. New episodes every Wednesday. ABOUT BRYAN Bryan White is the owner and CrossFit Level 3 certified trainer at Blue Eagle Fitness & Nutrition located in the heart of downtown Fulshear, TX. His goal is to help 1,000 Fulshear families live longer, happier, and healthier lives. #BusyPeopleGettingFit
Relatos en inglés con Duolingo
Dos historias sobre mujeres que cambiaron el estereotipo sobre qué significa ser una porrista. ¿Te interesa saber cuál es tu nivel de inglés? ¡El Duolingo English Test es una forma conveniente, rápida y accesible de descubrirlo! Haz el examen de prueba gratis y revisa tu resultado en go.duolingo.com/relatosenglishtest. La transcripción de este episodio la puedes encontrar en http://bit.ly/3LIrHfb.
The Mix Chicago Flash Briefings
Brace yourself for the massive construction project that started today on the Kennedy, A cheerleader getting attention after she trashed talked on the sidelines, and The Shoe Theory is happening on TikTok
Sarah Maree Cameron is a comedian, award winning radio presenter, MC, actor and Ambassador for the Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation and Endometriosis Australia. Sarah Maree can be heard on Triple M Melbourne hosting 12-3pm weekdays and popping up for special appearances across the Triple M network on music specials to co-hosting the LIVE Brownlow red carpet coverage. She can also be seen performing stand-up comedy around the club circuit and she has made her movie debut in an international feature “At Last”. Sarah Maree's passion for radio has seen her work all across the country (and Canada) and has even won Australian Commercial Radio Award (ACRA) for Best Networked Program. In 2013 Sarah Maree returned to Nova 100's line up as the afternoon announcer and went on to do Saturday Breakfast as well. During her time with Nova Entertainment she also hosted the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Radio Show, Summer Breakfast, Summer Drive and Late nights with the latter two being networked across Australia with NE. After almost 4 years with Nova Entertainment, Sarah Maree then moved to Fox FM Melbourne in April 2017 before finishing up in January 2018 to move to K rock to host breakfast. You will also find her engaged in multiple community groups and events as Sarah Maree is the Ambassador for the Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation and Endometriosis Australia. With a love of sports, Sarah Maree has presented live to crowds of more than 100,000 people as the Live Television Host for the A League's Central Coast Mariners and AFL's Greater Western Sydney's home games and WNBL's Melbourne Boomers. In July 2013 she hosted for Twenty20 Cricket's Melbourne Renegades for a season and also joined her beloved Richmond football club in the same role where she is still their game day host. Sarah Maree has also achieved success as a voice over artist as well as with numerous local theatrical companies and improv comedy troops as a trained singer, dancer, actor and comedian. You can catch Sarah Maree at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival with the debut of her show “One Womb Please!”, so check her out! So as you can imagine we dive deep and cover a lot such as her love of radio, dyslexia, ‘If you can you must philosophy', when shows end, moving overseas to start her radio career, gratitude, resilience, rising above health challenges, play and fun, mindfulness and meditation plus a lot more! The video footage of this entire chat is now out as well (one day after release)! So check them out on YouTube under Michael Kahan Check Sarah out on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/SarahMareeLife/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/sarahmareelife TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@sarahmareelife Website: https://sarahmaree.com/about/ ------------------------------------------- Follow @Funny in Failure on Instagram and Facebook https://www.instagram.com/funnyinfailure/ https://www.facebook.com/funnyinfailure/ and @Michael_Kahan on Insta & Twitter to keep up to date with the latest info. https://www.instagram.com/michael_kahan/ https://twitter.com/Michael_Kahan
Good Morning From The Chicken Coop!
We need to cheer ourselves on more than you could ever know.
Sam Brock shares everything you need to know about the surge of pricing and how it's impacting your everyday lives. Also, the story behind a North Carolina mother who jumped into action to save her daughter's life. Plus, CNBC senior personal finance correspondent Sharon Epperson debunks some tax myths that can help you this tax season. And, the cast of “Ted Lasso” in studio 1A to talk about their roles in the new season three of “Ted Lasso.”
Just in time for the release of Greg Laurie's vanity film that erases Lonnie Frisbee's queer identity (Jesus Revolution), we're talking about films with religious (mostly Christian) themes! We discuss the God's Not Dead and Left Behind movies, the Jesus Camp documentary, and films that explore religion in more nuanced ways, like Boy Erased, Philomena, Carrie, But I'm a Cheerleader, The Eyes of Tammy Faye, and more. Here's the Buzzfeed article we mentioned: https://www.buzzfeed.com/matthewhuff/25-films-that-discuss-religious-trauma?fbclid=IwAR3xr1HbD3xphPxnnV2YFJn3EZ0CzmQIQw8carVt3omZZIJJJn4yJLLIDug We have merch! Get your Bible Dyke Energy Tee and more here: https://www.redbubble.com/people/rtgardenpodcast/shop Our social media: @reclaimingthegarden on Insta, @RtGardenPodcast on Twitter, and Reclaiming the Garden on Facebook. Our personal accounts: @thatpunchabletheaternerd, @April_TheWriter (April is on Twitter and Insta). Also, our podcast account follows a bunch of awesome folks + podcasts in the exvangelical/deconstruction world and progressive Christian world, so if you're looking for more resources, that's a great place to start!
The Midnight Boys Present: A Free Podcast
A high school student decides that murdering Tori Spelling is her ticket to popularity. We discuss nepobabies, 90s names and high school. Sorry to any Codys out there. If you'd like to support our nonsense, join our Patreon at https://patreon.com/themidnightboys
In this episode of Life After Cheer, I speak with Joella Hopkins, vice president for Group Fitness for EOS Fitness. Joelle and I talk about the business side of fitness, and we dive into just how you can be the best leader and instructor that you can be.Here are some tips for you:[9:57] Go for it - if it doesn't work out, then it doesn't work out, but then you'll at least have no regrets that you gave it a go.[19:20] It's about inclusivity, making everybody feel welcome.[23:27] One of the things we coach and train our instructors on is showing modifications, options, and choices; this way, everyone can get the workout that's right for them.CONNECT WITH JOELLA:EOS Fitness: https://eosfitness.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/joellahopkins LINKS:Take this quick 2-min. Survey to share your feedback (2 free on-demand workouts will be sent to you as a thank you for sharing your feedback): https://cheerfittraining.wufoo.com/forms/qdtkve41apnowy/ Apply now to get CHEERFIT Certified: cheerfittraining.com/getcertifiedNot part of the SQUAD yet? Join HERE: cheerfittraining.com/squadAll things CHEERFIT: www.cheerfittraining.comJoin us for the FREE CHEERFIT Challenge: cheerfittraining.com/challengeFOLLOW:CHEERFIT: instagram.com/cheerfittrainingPARTNERS:Check out Ultima Replenisher Sugar-free Electrolytes and use code CHEER20 for 20% off!! https://glnk.io/vknl/2Don't forget to leave a review! We love to read them -- THANK YOU!
One woman got exactly what she was asking for when she posted a RANT on Facebook about a special needs cheerleader! Check it out. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Joe Madison brings back Civil Rights Attorney Carol Powell Lexing and Candace Thompson as they demand legal action against the cheerleaders who bullied a 13-year-old girl cheerleader in Bryant, Arkansas.
It's the NFL for wrestling and theater fans! We're talking about the recently rebooted XFL and the many controversies that brought it down the first time. This WWE crossover into "real football" gave us some of lowest ratings of any network broadcast despite cameras in their cheerleaders' locker room and everything about Vince McMahon. We also talk about the girls night at WWE, Laura getting targeted by military propaganda, Mae wanting to fight a cheerleader and more! Follow us @risquebusinessnews @mae_planert @laurasogar
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In this episode Jason Larkins interviews Kelvin Lam, former college cheerleader turned coach. Kelvin shares his journey and experiences from his cheerleading days to his coaching career. He talks about his time at various universities, how he landed finally at the University of Hawaii and his coaching position at San Jose State. Additionally, he compares allstar and college cheer and shares his recent decision to become a full-time consultant.
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In December, the House Oversight and Reform Committee released a final report from their investigation into allegations of sexual assault committed by Washington Commanders team owner Dan Snyder. In this episode, you will hear the testimony and discover what the NFL did - or didn't do - to punish the people who sexually harassed their employees. You will also learn that in the process of researching this episode, the Congressional Dish team discovered that the hearings related to this investigation, among others, have recently vanished from the committee archives, raising questions about how that happened and what needs to be done to prevent our sources from being disappeared. Please Support Congressional Dish – Quick Links Contribute monthly or a lump sum via PayPal Support Congressional Dish via Patreon (donations per episode) Send Zelle payments to: Donation@congressionaldish.com Send Venmo payments to: @Jennifer-Briney Send Cash App payments to: $CongressionalDish or Donation@congressionaldish.com Use your bank's online bill pay function to mail contributions to: 5753 Hwy 85 North, Number 4576, Crestview, FL 32536. Please make checks payable to Congressional Dish Thank you for supporting truly independent media! View the shownotes on our website at https://congressionaldish.com/cd268-disappearing-oversight-the-nfl-sexual-misconduct-investigation Background Sources Recommended Congressional Dish Episodes CD262: Inside C-SPAN with Howard Mortman CD256: Poisonous Pet Collars CD234: AWOL Recall: The Rock and Play Sleeper Washington Commanders-Dan Snyder Background “To Native American groups, Redskins name is ‘worst offender.' Now they hope for more changes.” Adam Kilgore and Roman Stubbs. Jul 9, 2020. The Washington Post. “‘Bethesda man to make bid for Redskins': How Daniel Snyder became an NFL owner.” Scott Allen. May 24, 2019. The Washington Post. Full House Committee on Oversight and Reform Report “Read the Full Report on the Washington Commanders” Dec 8, 2022. The New York Times. NFL Investigation “The NFL's investigation was just like Daniel Snyder's workplace culture: Rotten.” Sally Jenkins. Jul 1, 2021. The Washington Post. “NFL announces outcome of Washington Football Team workplace review.” Jul 1, 2021. NFL. Dan Snyder Misconduct “Daniel Snyder pledged support for the NFL's investigation. His actions tell a different story.” Will Hobson and Liz Clarke. Dec 14, 2021. The Washington Post. “NFL fines Washington Football Team $10 million; Tanya Snyder to run operations for now.” Will Hobson et al. Jul 2, 2021. The Washington Post. “Tanya Snyder, wife of owner Daniel Snyder, named co-CEO of Washington Football Team.” Nicki Jhabvala and Mark Maske. Jun 29, 2021. The Washington Post. “Washington Football Team settled sexual misconduct claim against Daniel Snyder for $1.6 million.” Will Hobson et al. Dec 22, 2020. The Washington Post. “Lewd cheerleader videos, sexist rules: Ex-employees decry Washington's NFL team workplace.” Will Hobson et al. Aug 26, 2020. The Washington Post. “From Dream Job to Nightmare.” Will Hobson and Liz Clarke. Jul 16, 2020. The Washington Post. Dan Snyder Money “How did Daniel Snyder make his money? Net worth & more to know about Commanders owner's businesses.” Edward Sutelan. Nov 14, 2022. The Sporting News. “Average Net Worth by Age: How Do You Compare?” Lauren Schwahn. Dec 2, 2022. Nerd Wallet. Dave Portnoy Superbowl Arrest “Barstool's Dave Portnoy physically carried out of Super Bowl 53 (Video).” Danny Small. Feb 4, 2019. Elite Sports NY. NFL Ownership and Potential Commanders Sale “Dan Snyder Reportedly Holding Out for $7B Bid for Commanders amid Sale Rumors.” Scott Polacek. Feb 8, 2023. Bleacher Report. “Is Dan Snyder selling the Commanders? What to know as Washington owner explores 'potential transactions.'” Joe Rivera. Nov 2, 2022. The Sporting News. “List of NFL franchise owners.” Wikipedia. Past Congressional Oversight of Sporting Organizations “Congress wants WWE's info on steroids, doping.” Associated Press. Jul 28, 2007. MSNBC via the Wayback Machine. “Steroid Use in Baseball: Players.” House Government Reform and Oversight Committee (109th Congress). March 17, 2005. C-SPAN. NFL Nonprofit Status and Lobbying “Professional Football Leagues.” IRS. “National Football League: Summary.” Open Secrets. “NFL reportedly generated record-setting $11 billion in national revenue last season.” Matt Johnson. Jul 15, 2022. Sportsnaut. House Control “The Democrats Lost the House by Just 6,675 Votes. What Went Wrong?” Walter Shapiro. Feb 9, 2023. The New Republic. Laws H.R. 4445: Ending Forced Arbitration of Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment Act of 2021 Bills H.R. 8146: Accountability for Workplace Misconduct Act H.R. 8145: Professional Images Protection Act Hearings NFL Commissioner Testifies on Washington Commanders Workplace Culture June 22, 2022 House Oversight and Reform Committee Witness: Rodger Goodell:, Commissioner, National Football League Clips 3:05 Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY): We also invited Daniel Snyder to testify today, but rather than show up and take responsibility for his actions, he chose to skip town. Apparently Mr. Snyder is in France, where he has docked his luxury yacht near a resort town. 3:45 Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY): According to top executives, he fired women, but not men, who engaged in relationships with other employees while defending male executives accused of sexual harassment. And he kept employees from speaking out through a culture of fear. As one longtime employee described Mr. Snyder's tactics: "If you don't obey, intimidate. If you still don't obey, terminate." Finally, the employee added, "If that didn't work, buy them off." The Committee has also uncovered evidence that Mr. Snyder conducted a shadow investigation to target his accusers, pin the blame on others, and influence the NFL's own internal review. He filed phony lawsuits to collect private phone records, emails, and text messages. 7:10 Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY): Our first bill, the Accountability for Workplace Misconduct Act, will require employers to conduct thorough investigations and share the outcome with victims, and it will prohibit employers from using Non-disclosure Agreements to conceal workplace misconduct -- one of Dan Snyder's favorite tactics. Our second bill is the Professional Images Protection Act. Our investigation confirmed that the Commanders secretly created lewd videos of cheerleaders for the private enjoyment of Dan Snyder. That is despicable and our bill will create notice and consent requirements for employers who use their employees' professional images. 23:10 Rodger Goodell: Hi I'm Roger Goodell commissioner of the National Football League and I'm here today to discuss the NFL's efforts to promote safe and respectful workplaces, including at the Washington Commanders. 23:25 Rodger Goodell: The Commanders are one of 32 NFL clubs, each of which is managed by its ownership and executives and have their own workplaces and policies. Two years ago, the Commanders asked me to recommend independent counsel to address workplace issues and recommend changes to improve the workplace culture. We identified several candidates and the club selected Beth Wilkinson, a distinguished former Federal Prosecutor. Approximately six weeks later, the club asked my office to assume oversight of the Wilkinson firm's work. The Wilkinson firm conducted a comprehensive review of the workplace at the club, interviewing more than 150 witnesses. As a result, we gained a clearer understanding of what the workplace had been at the Commanders, how it had begun to change, and what further steps were needed to support our ultimate goal of transforming that workplace to one that is safe and productive for all of its employees. 25:05 Rodger Goodell: It is clear to me that the workplace in Washington was unprofessional and unacceptable in numerous respects: bullying, widespread disrespect toward colleagues, use of demeaning language, public embarrassment and harassment. Moreover, for a prolonged period of time, the Commanders had a woefully deficient HR function, particularly with respect to reporting practices and record keeping. As a result, we imposed unprecedented discipline on the club, monetary penalties of well over $10 million, and requirements that the club implement a series of recommendations and allow an outside firm to conduct regular reviews of their workplace. In addition, for the past year, Daniel Snyder has not attended league or committee meetings, and to the best of my knowledge has not been involved in day to day operations at the Commanders. The cheerleader program has been entirely revamped and it's now a co-ed dance team under new leadership. And the most recent independent workplace report, which we have shared with the Committee, confirms that an entirely new, highly skilled and diverse management team is in place, and that there has been, "substantial transformation of the team's culture, leadership and human resources practices." 26:35 Rodger Goodell: We did not receive a written report of Miss Wilkinson's findings for compelling reasons that continue to this day. A critical element of any workplace review is broad participation by both current and former employees. Encouraging employees to come forward and share their experiences, which were frequently painful and emotional, was essential to identifying both the organization's failures and how to fix them. To encourage this participation, Ms. Wilkinson promised confidentiality to any current or former employee. For this reason, shortly after we assumed oversight of Miss Wilkinson's work, we determined that a comprehensive oral briefing was best to allow us to receive the information necessary both to evaluate the workplace as it was, and to ensure that the team put in place the policies and processes to reform that workplace, all while preserving the confidentiality of those who participated in the investigation. 28:35 Rodger Goodell: When the committee has asked questions or requested documents which could violate witness privacy, we have asserted privilege. We will continue to do so to safeguard our commitment. 28:45 Rodger Goodell:: Earlier this year, the committee heard testimony from several former employees that included new and direct allegations against Mr. Snyder. We properly engaged former U.S. Attorney Mary Jo White to investigate those allegations. Because those new allegations were brought to the committee in a public setting, we will share the results of that investigation when it's completed and will take additional disciplinary action if warranted. 29:50 Rodger Goodell: Finally, I want to address the Committee's review of Non-disclosure Agreements. Our policies do not allow a club to use an NDA to bar someone from participating in a league investigation, and nobody who wished to speak to the Wilkinson firm was prevented from doing so by an NDA. 36:45 Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY): Mr. Snyder has not been held accountable. His refusal to testify sends a clear message that he is more concerned about protecting himself than coming clean with the American people. If the NFL is unwilling or unable to hold Mr. Snyder accountable, then I am prepared to do so. That is why I am announcing now my intent to issue a subpoena for the testimony of Mr. Snyder for a deposition next week. The committee will not be deterred in its investigation to uncover the truth of workplace misconduct at the Washington Commaders. 38:20 Rodger Goodell: While I have the microphone I'd also like to say, respectfully, that Dan Snyder has been held accountable. As I mentioned in the opening, he faced unprecedented discipline, including financial fines, being removed and away from the team at his request for a period of time up to the year now already, and secondly, and more importantly, transformation of that organization that is going on in the last year, which is really important. 42:25 Rep. Virginia Foxx (R-NC): This committee has no jurisdiction over private entities. Our jurisdiction is on government entities. 1:10:40 Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL): Now, sir, you had mentioned that the reason for the press release as opposed to a detailed finding, as you had in the other cases was because of privacy concerns. Isn't that right? Rodger Goodell: That was one of the issues. Yes. Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL): However, I have this 148 Page Miami Dolphins harassment report that you did where you have redacted the names of various individuals out of privacy concerns. And so it is possible to release a detailed report and at the same time protect people's privacy, yet you chose not to do so in this particular case with the Commanders. Rep. Glenn Grothman (R-WI): Study after study shows there is not systemic racism in our police departments. There is a narrative out there, for example, who to this day mislead the public as to what happened in Ferguson. The Black Lives Matter movement fanned the flames out there even though Barack Obama's own Justice Department found that shooting was justified and you have kind of piled on with the narrative that we have a fundamental problem. Rep. Jackie Speier (D-CA): So non disclosure agreements by each of your various teams are not being used. Is that what you're saying? Rodger Goodell: No, I'm not saying that at all. Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY): The gentlelady's time has expired. The gentleman may answer her question. Rodger Goodell: I'm not saying that. State by state...our teams operate in different states that have different laws. So the federal legislation is something that we're willing to work with the Committee on it. Washington Football Team Work Environment February 3, 2022 House Oversight and Reform Committee Witnesses: Emily Applegate, Former Marketing Coordinator, Washington Commanders Brad Baker, Former Manager and Producer of Video, Washington Commanders Melanie Coburn, Former Director of Marketing, Cheerleaders, Washington Commanders Rachel Engelson, Former Director of Marketing and Client Relations, Washington Commanders Tiffani Johnston, Former Manager of Marketing, Washington Commanders Ana Nunez, Former Coordinator of Business Development, Washington Commanders Clips 9:45 Rep. James Comer (R-KY): Instead of adhering to our committee's mission to root out waste, fraud, and abuse and mismanagement in the federal government, Democrats instead are holding a roundtable about the work culture in one single private organization. 10:00 Rep. James Comer (R-KY): Make no mistake, no one should face harassment at work and bad actors must be held accountable. But it's unclear why examining harassment that took place a decade ago in one private workplace warrants oversight from this committee. This issue is best handled by human resources and the courts, not Congress. 10:25 Rep. James Comer (R-KY): Further, because of the bravery of the women testifying before us today, the culture of the franchise has completely turned around. And I want to thank the ladies for being here today. After the NFL investigation into the football team last year, Commissioner Roger Goodell levied the highest fine on an owner in the history of the sport, and suspended the owner from team's operations indefinitely. In addition, the commissioner made a series of recommendations to the team to improve its culture. This week, an independent audit confirmed those recommendations are working. Madam Chair, I'd like to submit the audit for the record. 11:30 Rep. James Comer (R-KY): Because of the Commissioner's leadership, bad actors have been held accountable and the culture at the football team has improved. So why are Democrats utilizing committee resources today to examine an issue that is on the path to resolution and is outside this committee's jurisdiction? 18:15 Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY): Our first participant is Melanie Coburn who was a cheerleader for the Washington Football Team from 1997 to 2001 and was the director of Marketing and Marketing Coordinator from 2001 to 2011. 18:30 Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY): Then we will hear from Tiffany Johnston, who was a cheerleader for the Washington football team from 2007 to 2008, and a Marketing Manager and Marketing and Events Coordinator for Club Level Tickets from 2002 to 2008. 18:50 Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY): Next we will hear from Brad Baker, who was a Producer at the Washington football team from 2007 to 2008 and a Video Production Manager from 2008 to 2009. 19:05 Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY): Next we will hear from Ana Nunez, who was a Coordinator of Business Development and Client Service and an Account Executive at the Washington football team from 2015 to 2019. 19:20 Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY): Next, we will hear from Rachel Engelson, who started as an intern for the Washington football team in 2010 and then became a Customer Service Representative, a Manager of Premium Client Services, the Director of Marketing and Client Relations, and the Director of Client Services from 2011 to 2019. 19:40 Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY): Finally, we will hear from Emily Applegate who was a Marketing Coordinator, Premium Client Services Coordinator, and Ticket Sales Representative at the Washington Football Team from 2014 to 2015. 21:00 Melanie Coburn: At cheerleader auditions one year, Dan Snyder ordered the director of the squad to parade the ladies onto the field while he and his friends gawked from a suite through binoculars. The women were directed to turn around slowly, as if they were cattle being examined for sale. One of the women cried on the sidelines because she didn't understand what was happening. 21:30 Melanie Coburn: Over the years, it became clear that Dan Snyder and his male executives were far too interested in the cheerleaders. Eventually, Dan himself had the final say of who made the team and who got months in the calendar. Unbelievably, he requested binders of photographs for auditions and the calendar so that he could choose who to cut based on looks, not talent. One year he cut 10 veterans who otherwise would have made the team based on their skill and experience, evidently because they weren't the prettiest in his opinion. It was known as the Tyson's massacre. 22:10 Melanie Coburn: During calendar production one year, a male Executive took unedited prints off the graphic designer's desk despite my warnings to protect them. One of these compromising full size photos was one of the team's most loyal employees, and my dear friend. She's sitting next to me today. I'm still haunted by this. And at the time, there was no HR department or any reporting mechanism for this abusive behavior. 23:05 Melanie Coburn: I felt compelled to come forward publicly when I read the second shocking [Washington] Post article that revealed two lewd videos of the cheerleaders that were secretly created. I was physically ill when I read that piece. "The Good Bits" videos produced at the behest of Dan Snyder were secretly made from footage taken at our calendar shoots. We trusted the production team to capture footage and keep it safe. Little did we know they were zooming in on private parts and keeping cameras rolling during costume changes. I've cried with the women in these videos as they explain the horror of seeing themselves in what is essentially a soft porn video soundtracked to Dan Snyder's favorite bands. These women remain traumatized. 24:35 Melanie Coburn: Dan Snyder rules by fear. We've seen Dan's vindictive wrath for years, such as when he nearly bankrupted the Washington City Paper for an unflattering article. He sent private investigators to the homes of a dozen former cheerleaders last year and I got calls from these terrified women who didn't understand why PIs were showing up on their doorsteps. He offered hush money to a group of us in exchange for our silence last February, but we declined. This was offensive, and certainly felt like intimidation and witness tampering to us. 26:10 Tiffani Johnston: Hi, my name is Tiffani Johnston. I appreciate you all for taking the time to hear about the constant workplace harassment that occurred at the Washington Football Team for over two decades. I personally experienced it multiple times during my eight year tenure as both a cheerleader and a marketing manager. 26:50 Ana Nunez: Hi, my name is Ana Nunez and I worked in sales for the Washington football team for almost four years. 28:20 Tiffani Johnston: I learned on one specific occasion that when I was asked by my boss to attend a networking event, and oh to dress cute, it was actually an orchestration by him and Dan Snyder to put me in a compromising sexual situation. I learned that placing me strategically by the owner at a work dinner after this networking event was not for me to discuss business, but to allow him, Dan Snyder, to place his hand on my thigh under the table. I learned how to discreetly remove a man's unwanted hand from my thigh at a crowded dinner table at a busy restaurant to avoid a scene. I learned that job survival meant I should continue my conversation with another coworker, rather than call out Dan Snyder right then in the moment. I also learned later that evening how to awkwardly laugh when Dan Snyder aggressively pushed me towards his limo with his hand on my lower back, encouraging me to ride with him to my car. I learned how to continue to say no, even though a situation was getting more awkward, uncomfortable and physical. I learned that the only reason Dan Snyder removed his hand from my back and stop pushing me towards his limo was because his attorney intervened and said "Dan, Dan, this is a bad idea. A very bad idea, Dan." I learned that I should remove myself from Dan's grip while his attorney was distracting him. I also learned at that moment during an unspoken conversation between my boss and I that my boss was not there to look out for me. He was there to listen to any directive his boss, Dan Snyder, had given to him, at my cost. The next day I learned, when I told a senior coworker about Dan Snyder's sexual advance, that I should "not repeat this story to anyone outside this office door." That was when I also learned there was no one to go to about Dan Snyder's advance, no path to record the incident. So I learned to move on. 30:15 Tiffani Johnston: In the last couple of years, I learned that Dan Snyder, via Senior Vice President, demanded my unedited, enlarged lingerie calendar photo be sent to his office. I learned that this demand was made urgently because they knew that the graphic artists was getting ready to Photoshop my personal areas before the edited proof went before all of the senior VPs and Dan Snyder for approval. 31:40 Brad Baker: My name is Brad Baker and I worked for the Washington Football Team from 2007 to 2009 in the Video Production Department. 32:40 Brad Baker: In the early summer of 2008, a normal production meeting with the video department was wrapping up when Larry Michael, then Executive Producer of Media and one of Snyder's top lieutenants, asked me and two other male producers to stay behind and shut the door. The female members of the department were dismissed. Larry Michael told us that the owner had a special project for us and needed us to edit together a video of the good bits from our cheerleader calendar video shoot. It wasn't hard to put two and two together. Larry Michael, one of Snyder's top confidants, has tasked us with producing a video for Schneider of sexually suggestive footage of cheerleaders, obviously unbeknownst to any of the women involved. One of the senior producers said he'd take care of it and later on, while passing through the editing suite, I saw several images on both the editing monitor and the monitor of our tape deck that featured the cheerleaders posing for their photoshoot, but it was like outtakes, and their breasts and pubic areas were exposed. It became crystal clear that my worst suspicions were true. The video department had been told to edit together lewd footage of the cheerleaders at the request of Dan Snyder. 34:30 Brad Baker: The NFL has refused to release the report of the Wilkinson investigation, even though myself and over 100 other employees were asked by the League to speak to the Wilkinson firm. We all participated because we thought the NFL wanted to know the truth. We believe that the toxic workplace culture and the serious harm it caused would finally become public and that the investigation would end with some kind of report. I mean, they were able to release a report that was 243 pages long...243 pages long...on the PSIs of footballs, the pounds per square inch of footballs. Surely, surely, women being sexually harassed and lewd outtakes videos of female employees created without their consent could muster up some kind of written report right 43:40 Rachel Engelson: I was only 24 and the man who sexually harassed me was old enough to be my father. And he also was considered the voice of the team in the public sphere. So to me, the power that he held in his position and his close personal relationship with Daniel Snyder was enough for me to reconsider anything. And at the time, I didn't know and realize that 55% of victims experienced retaliation after speaking up or making a claim. I still decided to tell my boss about my harasser's public comments about my appearance, his unwanted kisses on the cheek, and emails about special gifts he expected from me. When I told my boss, we agreed that nothing would happen if I reported it to the person who was supposedly running HR at that point. And so my boss called my harasser on the phone. Mind you, we were in two different locations. I was in Maryland and he was in Virginia, so this had to be done via phone call. I was in the room when my boss called him to tell him to leave me alone. And it's a memory I'll never forget, because I distinctly remember hearing my harasser yell through the phone, "what the fuck is she thinking?" and I just kind of muted everything after that. So fearing further harassment and retaliation, I took to hiding from him at public events. I strategically would place myself between colleagues so he couldn't get near me. And I just felt humiliated to have to hide in plain sight in front of all of my colleagues, my clients, and I was just so frustrated that I had to avoid company functions for fear that I would experience sexual harassment again. And most of all, it made me feel worthless. All the hard work I put into my work and the team and I was reduced to my appearance and not my value as an employee. The second time I decided to report harassment was with the arrival of a new executive team, similar to Ana, that was specifically hired to help change the business. I told them about the public comments about my appearance, the unwanted kisses on the cheek, the email, as well as the time at training camp, I was sexually assaulted by the same man that I had previously reported. Those executives were appalled at my treatment and had good intentions to affect change, but they were all fired within six months of reporting this. And after they were fired, and this was reportedly because the old guard at the Washington football team did not want change, I just felt like I had zero protection. I didn't want to go back to avoiding people, clients, events, and even my own job, to keep away from my harasser. So I resigned from my position without another job lined up so I wouldn't have to deal with this. 48:35 Emily Applegate: My name is Emily Applegate. I began working for the Washington Football Team exactly eight years ago as of tomorrow. While my time with the team was short, my experiences there have altered the structure of my entire life. 49:10 Emily Applegate: On a daily basis, I was sexually harassed by my direct boss, the Chief Marketing Officer of the team. Every day, I was forced into uncomfortable conversations about my body and about my appearance. I was told to wear tight outfits to events, so clients had something to look at. I was asked invasive questions about my dating life, specifically if I was interested in older men, because my boss was significantly older than me. I was told I wasn't allowed to wear flat shoes because he liked the way my body looked better when I was in high heels. My photograph was taken without my permission and passed to other executives throughout the team by my boss. 50:20 Emily Applegate: To address the most common question that I get, "why didn't you report to Human Resources?" I didn't report to Human Resources because Dan Snyder created a culture where this behavior was accepted and encouraged. 53:35 Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY): July 1, 2021, the NFL issued a press release announcing the outcome of its investigation into the Washington football team stating and I quote, "none of the managers or executives identified as having engaged in this conduct is still employed at the club." 54:10 Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY): Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY): Is the NFL's statement that wrongdoers have been removed from the Washington Football Team accurate? Tiffani Johnston: Absolutely not. It all started from the top with Dan Snyder, every day, on every single issue. 55:05 Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY): Miss Johnston, I received a letter dated today from Jason Friedman, a former Vice President who worked for the Washington football team for over 20 years, and here is the letter. He was apparently with you the night that Dan Snyder personally harassed you. And here's what he said. He has never told his story publicly before and I want to quote now from his letter. He says "I witnessed Dan Snyder grab the arm of my coworker, Tiffany Johnston, and attempt to pull her into his limousine. This took place over a dinner in Washington DC. I was shocked. Thankfully, Tiffany was able to quickly pull away." 57:35 Rep. Virginia Foxx (R-NC): The proper venue to explore these types of claims is in the courtroom, not before this committee. To my knowledge, there's no pending litigation regarding the events we've heard discussed today, nor does this committee have legislative jurisdiction over this issue. It concerns me that this committee is choosing to spend its limited time having this discussion on the NFL and second guessing decisions when there are multiple Biden-caused catastrophes that desperately need our attention and oversight. And the witnesses here have begged for us to do something and nothing is going to happen as a result of this committee. That's cruel to these people. 1:06:50 Rep. Ralph Norman (R-SC): What do you want us to do? What should Congress do? I can't legislate bad behavior to stop it. Just quickly, what would you do. 1:09:05 Emily Applegate: Thank you for asking this question, actually, because I think it's very important due to the fact that multiple members of the committee has now said that this is not the appropriate venue for us to be sharing the story and that we shouldn't be in the courtroom, things like that. You guys have the opportunity to take this issue on, pass legislation that would help other employees throughout the United States be able to report so they have that opportunity to be in the courtroom, and not only the opportunity to be in the courtroom, but then also to find some justice, because I think we can all agree that a lot of people go through the criminal justice system, and they never see any type of justice when it comes to sexual harassment or sexual assault. So until those two things are taken more seriously by Congress, then nothing is going to happen. But that's why we're here today to ask you to do your job and pass those legislation laws. 1:09:55 Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL): To my dear colleagues on the other side, I just want to point out that we legislate the rules, regulations, and laws that govern workplace safety, as well as non disclosure agreement laws and so forth. 1:15:05 Rep. Yvette Herrell (R-NM): Mr. Chair, this hearing is a farce. And we should be looking at inflation, the economy, Afghanistan, the border crisis and so many other issues that are important to our nation and to our constituents. Instead, we are spending time looking at a single business, investigating it for things that happened a decade ago. And let me restate again the owners of the team fired those responsible. In fact, the owners paid the largest fine ever imposed by the NFL and was suspended indefinitely from operations. This roundtable is ridiculous and it is an abuse of power. 1:35:50 Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL): You might be aware that part of the reason that the NFL is such a profitable business is that Congress approved legislation in 1961 that allowed an antitrust exemption where professional football teams could pull together when negotiating radio and television contracts. They also receive lucrative federal tax exemptions and taxpayer dollars in the hundreds of millions to build football stadiums that make them billions. Do you believe Congress should be in the business of protecting an organization that puts the interests of billionaire owners above hundreds of women who experienced harassment and abuse? And do you think that those benefits, that we should consider revoking them if they do not make changes to ensure that you have protections when it comes to human resources, sexual assault accountability, making sure that there is an equitable and safe workplace for their employees? 1:41:35 Rep. Hank Johnson (D-GA): Miss Coburn in your op ed, you mentioned that after the secret "good bits" videos hit the news that you and 40 or so other cheerleader alumni came together and some of you were able to mediate a settlement. Were those who settled, were they barred from going to court because of a forced arbitration agreement? Do you know? Melanie Coburn: Yes, many of when those videos were uncovered, that's when I came out publicly. I had the strength and courage to organize them. And yes, they all, they they got together and there was a, you know, mediation and there was a settlement and along with that settlement, they were forced to sign NDAs. 1:45:10 Rep. Jackie Speier (D-CA): Congress can do a lot about this. Next week, all of my colleagues on the other side of the aisle who aren't here now could vote for the bill by Cheri Bustos that is going to require that no NDAs can be forced upon employees for sexual harassment or sexual assault. That would go a long way. We could also investigate the tax exempt status of the National Football League. We gave them that tax exempt status. Evidently, there was $8 billion received last year that was then divided up among the various teams to the tune of about $250 million a team. 1:50:10 Rep. Byron Donalds (R-FL): We have a responsibility here of regulating, specifically, the United States economy when it comes to interstate commerce, to regulating our borders, to actually making sure we coin sound money, that we appropriate for the necessary functions of government. But one of the things that the Constitution of these United States actually precludes us from doing is interfering directly in the affairs of individual businesses, no matter how abhorrent they may be. Now, if there's criminality involved, then that is where the justice system, specifically in this case the civil system, takes those matters. “The final play of the Patriots-Raiders game is even better with Titanic music.” December 18, 2022 @TheGhettoGronk on Twitter Cover Art Design by Only Child Imaginations Music Presented in This Episode Intro & Exit: Tired of Being Lied To by David Ippolito (found on Music Alley by mevio)
It's the Bellas Podcast live in Arizona for a big week before the Eagles/Chiefs game with surprises, friends, and no filters. The show kicks off when Nikki & Brie are accompanied on stage by the Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleaders and the team's legendary mascot, Swoop! For lifelong Eagles fans with some deep roots in Philadelphia, this is a dream come true for the Bellas! Then Nikki & Brie pop that bottle and Open Up with some Never Have I Ever and a hilarious story about Buddy's dangerous style of hugging that's becoming infamous at school and playgrounds across Northern California. The first special guest of the evening, DWTS Mirror Ball trophy winner and Nikki's husband, Artem hits the stage to give his opinion about Nikki's dance moves, what he loves about sharing his love story on “Nikki Bella Says I Do” and much more. Then Brie pits Nikki against Artem to figure out who was the bigger Bridezilla or Groomzilla on their wedding day when they play a fun game for newlyweds that we call “The Most.” Make sure to head over to the Bellas Podcast social channels as well as Nikki & Brie's feeds to see exclusive photos and videos from the night, including Artem teaching Nikki, Brie, Swoop, and the Eagles Cheerleaders a Tik Tok dance that he choreographed. After the stage cools off, Nikki, Brie, and Artem are joined by the hilarious Frankie Muniz. Frankie just announced that he'll be joining the NASCAR/ARCA Menard series for the 2023 season driving for Ford and Rette Jones Racing! Frankie explains what made him want to get back behind the wheel, what his strategy for racing at Daytona is, and why it was important to chase his dreams and be an example for his young son, Mauz. He also shares some experiences from his bizarre experience on The Surreal Life and what he liked about it, what he didn't, and why he'd sign up to do another season immediately. It's The Bellas versus The Fellas in a round of Family FaceOff! It's Artem, Frankie, and JJ versus Nikki, Brie, and a lucky fan from the audience, Amy! It's a showdown of epic proportions and tensions are high not only because of the contestants, but because one of Brie's ex-boyfriends who happens to be JJ's best friend is hosting this edition of Family FaceOff. Then to close out the show JJ takes the mic for an emotional Inspiration & Affirmation that's tender and heartwarming, especially for fans of the Bellas that have followed him on Total Divas and beyond over the years. Follow Frankie on InstagramFollow JJ on InstagramFollow the Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleaders on TwitterFollow Artem on InstagramSupport Nikki, Artem & Brie by watching "Nikki Bella Says I Do,' Thursday nights on E!Call The Bellas at 855-3BELLAS and leave a voicemail!Follow Nikki & Brie on Instagram.To watch exclusive videos of this week's episode, follow The Bellas Podcast on Instagram, Facebook, and Tik Tok!
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